I know the feeling, I have gear that admittedly I got for nothing but thought about selling, to maybe fund a dedicated CD player (my current CD player is a Denon CEOL RCD-N7 mini system, by-passing its own amp and using the audio out into my Yamaha AV receiver) but looking on eBay the prices they fetch aren't enough. I have a Roksan Kandy KA1 mk3 and a Pro-Ject Debut MK2 that was given to me by a friend who is now quite happy just using a soundbar for everything. My local hifi store basically said they had too much second hand gear at the moment to take them off my hands. They gave me prices to try and get on eBay but I have seen a few Kandy KA1 mk3 on ebay for the price suggested and they've been on there for months and not shifted. To be fair I wasn't even expecting the price suggested to me. But what they go for if they do sell isn't enough for a dedicated CD player.
There's loads of secondhand Audiolab 6000A's on eBay at present, and they don't seem to shifting at the sort of price I would want to achieve. I'm not going to let it go for peanuts given that I love it and haven't had it that long, and will have to find other things to sell to raise the money I need for a special day.
Likewise the Dyns. The new equivalents (Emit 10) are upwards of £600, and I didn't even get much interest in my DM2/6 at just under £300. I'm just not going there.